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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote toastyghost Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 October 2017 at 3:06pm
Originally posted by Quadradub Quadradub wrote:

Originally posted by mykey mykey wrote:

Originally posted by biotec biotec wrote:

Originally posted by Deadbeat Deadbeat wrote:

Is there a reason for that tantalising pic of the Terra Horn bitoec?

 

For comparisson I suppose, I hope it didn't come accross as showing off. There's only so many ways to fold a 3m+ horn into a reasonable shaped box and it's suprising how different this new design is. The Terra horn follows the same folding pattern as the EM Quake and the Lab Horn really whereas this design is an innovative extension of the 1850 style S-bin fold.

 

The fact that the driver is loaded from the front in this design limits the throat arrangements you can have. I never had any problems with this style of loading in the 1850 horns when I had them but I have a preference for the style of throat used in the ASS folded horns (BS1200, etc) and the punisher where the driver is firing onto a parallel plate and the expansion is the the other plane for the initial section. The terra horns are a kind of combination of the two.

 


 

Opus get around the uneven loading caused by the throat arrangement in this new design by putting a weird shaped bulge on the access panel. Perhaps the designer of this cab could esperiment with this to reduce the front chamber volume and even up the loading?

 
really? thats interesting
The EM hasn't got that empty void inside the cab though has it?Confused

 

Still loving that Terra Horn, still my favourite

 

have you or minimaxil got a 1w1m spl graph we can look at for the Terra horn?

 

have you heard the EM quake Biotec, if so how do you compare it to the Terra Horn?


Someone has a plan for the Tera Horn and it is possible to share it with me? Bless you!


Yeah, speak to Al at Meta http://www.metaacoustics.com/terra.html

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote rosssss224 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 November 2017 at 10:00am
Currently got the wheels in motion to replace out 4no. cubo 15's loaded with kappa LF's with 2no. SBH with pd1850. driven by proline 3000.

Other than dropping lower can anyone comment on how big a difference we might expect? I'd expect much improved SPL or am I expecting too much and should hold out for 4 SBH?

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are you able to send me plans for the sbh, I'm building one as a project in school but I'm being thrown off by all the different measurements 
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Does anyone know how much voltage the SBH cab can take? Wanting to setup limiters for a Powersoft K10 (3x SBH per side). Anyone have any presets? PD1850 loaded, thanks in advance..


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Would help if you said what drivers you've got in the SBH's.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote zakharding Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 December 2018 at 6:45pm
Very late to the party but like the look of these cabs and very interested in attempting to build some myself, has anyone got a full set of plans and possibly even a cut list?
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Hi everyhone, 
I'm looking at the RCF LF18N401  Thiele small, and are  very, very  close to the B&C 18NW100
Can I Use the B&C 18NW100 on this cab with Same results? 
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